Microsoft has hinted that subscription plans on the Xbox 360 could be made available on future consoles too, so could we see this on the Xbox 720? Here’s what we know so far!
According to Matt Edmunds, COO of Stainless Games, we could be seeing the Microsoft Xbox 720 and Sony PS4 sooner rather than later despite other rumours to the contrary.
While there’s allot of gamers sitting tight for the next generation of Microsoft and Sony consoles, Nintendo’s US boss says the Wii U will be the console of choice for years to come. Here’s why…
The tech world rumour mill has been crazy over the next generation of consoles, especially when it comes to the Xbox 720 so we’ve put together all the latest rumours into one article. Check it out here!
The Xbox 720 and Sony PS4, the next generation of consoles from Microsoft and Sony could be the last traditional consoles for the home, according to Nvidia executive Phil Eisler because of the cloud.
Just when you thought the Xbox 720 rumours couldn’t get any more outrageous, the tech world rumour mill comes along and blows our minds once again this time with wearable controllers!
According to new rumours which have surfaced, Microsoft’s next gen Xbox 720 console will feature an ‘environmental display’, projecting game worlds across the walls of any room users are playing in.
The Xbox 720 isn’t expected to reach the market until 2013 at the earliest, but rumours are abound that the device could already be besieged by processor problems which could cause further delays.
We always knew the PS4 and Xbox 720 existed, but it’s nice to get confirmation from someone on the inside – EA Label boss Frank Gibeau. Here’s what we know so far…
The latest Microsoft Xbox 720 rumour has put the launch date for the next-gen console before 2014. But is it true or false? With so many rumours flying around, it’s hard to know what to believe!